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Bunneydys

Bunneydys

Lessoon Kiare-Jeig as Feed

ta X aym   
cha nel X aym   

argid       
tombagey   
gooyn   
jaaghag   
caair           
foaddan    

Cha nel argid aym   
Cha nel gooyn aym    .
Cha nel caair aym   
Cha nel tombagey aym   
Cha nel jaaghag aym   
Cha nel foaddan aym   

Ta gooyn noa aym   
Cha nel jaaghag aym nish   
Cha nel braagyn noa aym foast   
Ta un phunt jeig aym 'sy chishtey   
Ta fys aym       
Cha nel fys aym / Cha s'aym   

paart   
cha nel mee fakin   
shooyl       
tammylt er-dy-henney    
nane   

ORREE    Cha nel mee fakin Juan ayns shoh. C’raad t’eh ?   
EALISH   Cha s'aym.   
                 Hie eh magh tammylt er-dy-henney.
ORREE    Er yn daawheeyl, nee ?   
EALISH   Cha nee, v'eh shooyl.       
ORREE    Cha nel jaaghagyn erbee aym.   
EALISH   Ta part aym; shoh 'nane dhyt.    
ORREE    Gura mie ayd. Ta shen braew.   
I have X
I have no(t) X

money
tobacco
a frock
a cigarette
chair
a match

I haven't any money.
I haven't a frock
I haven't a chair.
I haven't any tobacco.
I haven't a cigarette.
I haven't a match.

I have a new frock.
I haven't a cigarette now.
I haven't new shoes yet.
I have £11 in the box.
I know.
I don't know
   
some
I don't see
walking
some time ago
one   

I don't see Juan here. Where is he?
I don't know.
He went out a while ago.
On his bicycle, did he ?
No, he was walking.
I haven't any cigarettes at all.
I have some; here's one for you.
Thanks. That's fine.

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